PPC Agency for Lead Generation

Scalable PPC Management for Next-Level ROI

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What is PPC + How Does it Boost Your Business?

PPC (also known as pay-per-click or paid search) is an online advertising model used to direct traffic to websites or to make direct phone calls. An advertiser pays a publisher (like Google or social media platforms) when their ad is clicked. It is a way of buying visits to your site rather than attempting to “earn” those visits organically via SEO alone.

Plan for attractive, actionable lead pages, demographic research, and constant refinement to build stronger and stronger ad campaigns to generate the leads or sales you need.

Positioning

Google now places ads higher in search results than unpaid results

User Engagement

Statistically, users most often click on the first few results they see.

Warm Leads + Sales

A dynamic ads display strategy brings qualified leads, conversions, + sales.

User Metrics

Gain invaluable data on your ads, performance, demographics, etc.

Google Ads

Google Ads is the #1 form of PPC advertising in the world. It allows you to create ads that appear on search results pages when someone searches for terms related to your product or service.

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Google Ads Grants

Google Ad Grants for Nonprofits provides free advertising for eligible nonprofits. It offers up to $10,000 of free Google Ads per month, giving nonprofits an effective way to reach more people.

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Social Media Ads

Facebook and Instagram Ads allow you to create ads that appear on both platforms. They also offer ad targeting options, allowing you to target specific demographics, interests, and locations.

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On average, PPC generates $2 for every $1 spent. A 200% ROI.

PPC + Google Ads Case Studies

Pharma + Biotech Client
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Healthcare Client
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Nonprofit Grant
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